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The movie describes, with considerable sympathy, the problems faced by economic migrants.
It's his own fault, so he's not getting any sympathy from me.
We all have great sympathy for the victims of the flood.
Do you have any sympathy with his point of view?
The school should be entirely in sympathy with these aims.
Darwin himself had little sympathy for these ideas.
This is the American English definition of sympathy. View British English definition of sympathy.
the part of a church where the priests and choir sit during a religious ceremony
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